Aaron Rodgers slams ESPN for banning him after suggesting Jimmy Kimmel had ties to Epstein

Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the New York Jets, is criticizing ESPN after being banned from “The Pat McAfee Show” for suggesting that Jimmy Kimmel had connections to the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Fox News reported that Kimmel threatened to sue Rodgers after he linked the liberal late night host to Epstein while appearing on “The Pat McAfee Show.” Rodgers also pointed out that he never called Kimmel a pedophile, and he stated that he wasn’t “stupid” enough to make such an accusation without concrete evidence. McAfee announced that Rodgers would not be appearing on his show again for the rest of the NFL season, leading to some disappointment from fans.